Progressive access to motorcycle and insurance

 Progressive access to motorcycle and insurance

Progressive access to motorcycle and insurance

Progressive access to motorcycle and insurance

Well, I was going to answer in the Motosegur thread but I thought it could be an interesting topic of debate. It’s no surprise that many insurance companies don’t even give prices when the driver is a “rookie.” However, these days, as a result of the insurance renewal, I have come across a problem that I no longer wanted to remember: the word “rookie” haunts you for many years. I’m talking of course about progressive access to the bike, the A1, A2, and A. When I took out the A1 back in 2009 I was a complete novice. Undisputed, book novice. And as such the insurers did not want to know anything. Either by means of “we don’t insure you” or by less direct means like the €1,000, which comes to the same thing:rolleyes2:But then the A2 arrives, and you buy a motorcycle for the A2, and it turns out that the insurance makes a clean slate. You are a “rookie” once again, with your A1 license and its X years of seniority, even with your B license and as many years of experience. Rookie. Virtually every company I’ve called these days won’t insure you if you have 

less than 2 years of experience. with the A2! And that you have the A1 is peeling. with the license with which you are going to drive the motorcycle in question. And it doesn’t matter if you have the A1, it doesn’t matter if you’ve been insured for 6 years without giving a report, you’re a rookie and they don’t insure you. In this group are Mapfre, Mutua Madrileña and RACC, for example. There will be more, but by not even giving a price in the insurance comparators, I have not called. Then I have come across even more extreme cases, such as Direct Line, which required 

5 years of experience.Even the woman who attended me, seeing that she almost burst out laughing, explained to me that of course, it is as if you want to insure a truck with the experience of the B permit, which is not the same! Of course, only that we are talking about the A1 and the A2, both permissions for motorcycles, in what is supposed to be progressive access, not different permissions. So much so that you don’t have to do the practical circuit test for the A1 for the A2, nor do you have to do the theoretical one…And another even more curious case. Some 

do not insure limited motorcycles

Too bad I don’t remember the name of the company, because they haven’t told me that in any other company. I was left with the desire to ask why, do you prefer that I delimit it? Do you stay calm if we let them throw all the horses they have? In short, stories for all tastes. It turns out that access to motorcycles is “progressive”, but access to insurance is rather nil. In my case I have had the A1 since 2009, the A2 taken out in 2015, if in 2017 I take out the A and delimit the bike, until 2022 I can forget about calling the Direct Line Let’s 

:Dsee if I can give gas for 13 years stop considering me an uninsurable rookie haha. And this is my cry since I have ended up a bit burned these days by so many insurance companies. In the end, I am still with Allianz, the only one that has insured me since 2009 at terrestrial prices (I am not going to say reasonable, but at least prices of this planet yes), both for me and for family members in similar situations (A1). I suppose that all this will sound Chinese to veterans, but to novices, sayoooo non-veterans, like me, I suppose that all this will be quite familiar. Let’s see what experiences you have had with insurers and if they have also told you the odd movie like that.

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